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ArjoHuntleigh Forms New Division to Enhance the Quality Home Medical Care
Date:12/5/2011

ADDISON, Ill., Dec. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ArjoHuntleigh Inc., a global leader of integrated solutions for the care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions, announced today the launch of a new division and product portfolio focused exclusively on developing and distributing medical equipment to people in home care settings.

The new division, ArjoHuntleigh Home Care, will offer a broad range of product solutions that aid in the caring of individuals at home including patient handling systems, hygiene systems, therapeutic surfaces, medical beds, treatment of lymphedema, and bariatric care.

"We are excited to announce the formation of ArjoHuntleigh Home Care," said Phil Croxford, President and CEO ArjoHuntleigh North America.

"The new Home Care division will provide world-class solutions for the care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions that are specific to home care environments. ArjoHuntleigh Home Care will provide an enhanced sales and service network that will enable our distribution partners to deliver high quality and cost-effective healthcare to people who have mobility challenges," continued Croxford.

ArjoHuntleigh offers a broad range of integrated solutions for the care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions, with the aim to enhance the quality of care in long-term care, acute-care and home care environments. The company is known for high-quality and state-of-the-art solutions including the Sara® product line of standing-and-raising aides, the Voyager and Maxi-Sky® ceiling lifts, the Freedom bathing system, Minuet® bed and the Nimbus®/DFS range of Therapeutic Surfaces.

Products are currently available through a wide range of dealers located throughout the US and Canada. The new Home Care division will be based out of the organization's North American Headquarters in Addison, IL.

About ArjoHuntleigh

ArjoHuntleigh Inc. is a global medical technology company providing a broad range of integrated solutions for the care of people with reduced mobility and related conditions. We aim to enhance the quality of care of people with reduced mobility and related solutions by providing medical equipment and integrated solutions for patient handling and hygiene, medical beds and therapeutic surfaces, wound healing, DVT prevention, disinfection and diagnostics. With more than 4,400 dedicated employees worldwide, ArjoHuntleigh serves the needs of patients and healthcare professionals in more than 100 countries. For more information about ArjoHuntleigh, visit our website at www.ArjoHuntleigh.com.

Contact:
Chuck Goding
630-785-4884
Charles.goding@arjohuntleigh.com

 


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